John Fogerty, the official voice of true American rock, is hitting the road this fall to support Revival, his first work for Fantasy Records in over 30 years, following a succession of battles that amounted to nothing less than a war. Tickets to John Fogerty's 2007 Tour are expected to be much sought after, so buy now or bookmark this page and keep close track on the developments surrounding this monumental run of shows. The former Creedence Clearwater Revival songster will guarantee a scintillating show, as he gives the people what they want - the lucky ones with tickets, that is.
Fogerty has been vocal in recent years with his response to the Iraq War, and nobody can ever forget the way Forrest Gump was transformed by the Vietnam helicopter scene over which Fogerty voice roared out Creedence's famous hit, "Fortunate Son". Just to witness that song performed live is worth the price of a John Fogerty ticket alone.
Speaking of his pulsating new Revival album, whose title belies more than a little reference to the band that provided a soundtrack for all things 60s and 70s, Fogerty says, "It just seemed like all the records I have made since Creedence Clearwater Revival have all been sort of pushed off center. I felt like I was dancing around the outskirts of what is my true center. With this album, I really wanted to stay on the mark, right in the middle, right where rock 'n' roll is. I wanted this one to be easier, a lot more fun than some of the past records have been."
Fogerty has been compared by many to the man they call "The Boss", and it is likely that people looking for Bruce Springsteen tickets would share a similar outlook to the two singers. They certainly share a similar perspective regarding society, as well as powerful vocal styles which are quite analogous to each other. The new Fogerty album was recorded in Los Angeles earlier this year, aided by veterans in the music biz; guitarist Hunter Perrin, bassist David Santos, Kenny Aronoff on drums, and guest Benmont Tench playing keyboards. The crew of professional workhorses pumped out an eloquent and basic framework in just 12 days, providing a focus and finesse Fogerty was to build on to produce his latest masterpiece on the Fantasy label.
"A lot of times on prior albums, there are those moments where you're in the studio or rehearsing and you're going through this agony, you're very unsettled or anxious because you're not completely sure it's going to work," Fogerty said. "Even in rehearsal this time, I knew it was all going to work."
Fogerty engaged in a decades-long war with Fantasy after Creedence Clearwater Revival broke up in 1972. Rights to his songs were the big issue, understandable for an artist as talented and original as John Fogerty. But now he's reconciled with Fantasy, a situation Fogerty describes as "surreal", especially when seeing their logo on the cover of Revival.
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